Calendars 5 by Readdle

Calendars 5 by Readdle

By Readdle Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2013-09-12
  • Current Version: 5.11.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 88.85 MB
  • Developer: Readdle Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 31,220 Ratings


Calendars 5 is complete re-imagining of what the best mobile calendar experience should be. Calendars 5 is smart, excels in both tasks and events and runs on any iOS device you might have. It's the calendar app you have been looking for. Three things you'll love about Calendars 5: ◆ Natural Language Input ◆ Just enter "Meet John at Starbucks on Sunday" and Calendars 5 will create the event for you. ◆ Task Manager ◆ Easy to use task manager that has everything you need to organize, track and complete your to-dos. ◆ First-class iPad calendar ◆ The first smart calendar for the iPad. Its large screen is great for managing your daily schedule and enables richer interaction with your calendar. What makes Calendars 5 great in use: ◆ Interface focused on events Elegant and easy to use interface makes it super simple to get a quick overview of the upcoming events and tasks. You always keep your focus on what's important; there is nothing to distract you. ◆ Day, Week, Month and List views of your events. Calendars 5 illustrates your Day, Week and Month on a small iPhone screen the best possible way. Depending on the situation, select the view that conveniently unveils your schedule. ◆ Works online and offline Create, edit and delete events or tasks whenever you need it. All changes will be synced back to your account once you are online. ◆ All the features you love Create custom recurring events (yoga every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday), get reminders or set custom alerts, invite people to your events and more. ◆ Act as you feel it Intuitively create events with just one tap in your calendar. Drag and Drop tasks and events, swipe to switch between days and weeks, return to your ‘Today’ schedule with one tap. If you choose to subscribe for Interesting Calendars, you will be charged a price according to the selected plan. $0.99 monthly, starting at the end of your one week free trial (unless you cancel during the free trial). Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to Interesting Calendars; $2.99 for 3 month subscription; $8.99 one-time purchase. Price may vary by location and will be shown in the app before you complete the payment. Monthly subscriptions renew each month unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before end of the current subscription period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period and you will be charged for one month at a time. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. You can get lifetime access to Interesting Calendars with one-time purchase. You buy it one time, and you can transfer them to other devices that are associated with your Apple ID. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Have any feedback, comments or issues? Please contact us directly at



  • Needs improved widget!

    By Quentin Biles
    The app has everything, but the widget is awful. Needs ability to display week/month ahead as a calendar. Also could use a separate reminder widget with quick-add functionality.
  • Best

    By KarlaDP
    Best Calendar I have used, used it for years and still like it best!
  • Calendar for Laptop

    By JP+GE
    Great App!! Can we please get this Calendar on the Mac App Store? We would love to use this app on our laptops!
  • Great calendar w/ one annoying bug

    By b_moss
    This calendar is excellent in almost every way. The one thing that is slightly annoying is from the List view, when you click on an address within an event it takes you to the edit screen rather than to getting directions/map.
  • Wacky change

    By Grape456
    I like the ability to glance at my calendar and tell by the colors what activities I have planned. Unfortunately, updated to this app have made it harder to use. When you want to add an event if you place a number in the title of the event the app automatically thinks you want this to be the time or date the event starts!!! I now have to write out in letters a time to avoid having the app delete the time from the title and move the event to the “time” it thinks I wrote. It’s even worse when it thinks you wrote a date; your event is saved to a date it thinks you wanted. Good luck finding your event...
  • Very good calendar. Quick Google sync

    By fjpoblam
    Superb ability to define custom event repetition (sorely lacking in Apple’s iOS Calendar though available in the MacOS version). Important! Superb alert mechanism: use it as a substitute for the Reminders app. (Use it as a diary, too.) Very nice assortment of display modes—on the iPad and most especially on the iPhone. I only wish the app icon could show *both* the day and date. I keep the Apple calendar app on the home screen for just that purpose.
  • Needs a fix asap

    By David_718NYC
    You have to fix that automatic time and location whenever you create a new event. I like to write simply in the event itself room 504 but the app forces it to automatically be 504pm and same issue with the location. Instead it should give a prompt “would you like to set time to 504?”
  • UPDATE: get locations and some modern looks

    By BrianFarn
    Making an appointment could have a better interface. You have to select a time from preset choices and save it after each step, then go back and edit location, reminder, etc. However, my big problem is the lack of locations. I put a lot of concerts on my calendar and the app doesn’t have Nationwide Arena (an NHL team plays there, so it’s kinda a big place) but does have a 50 person mom and pop bar that’s in a back alley. How is that? If you’re going to have location as an item to add to an event then it should be like any map app and have common locations. Even entering an address doesn’t always work. I have to save it as a “Custom Location.” Finally, there is no date on the app icon. Yes you can turn a badge on that shows the date but in this day and age the app should easily show the date.
  • Works consistently, no freezing, no waiting!

    By AudreyCopelandBell
    For iPhone users who attempt to schedule appointments on the fly and end up waiting 30 minutes for your calendar apps to work properly... This one works the first time, every time! Check it out.
  • What a calendar app!

    By Jayvillejohnny
    I love Apple, but not the iOS Calendar. This Readdle Calendar app is the best Calendar app I've ever used, Windows or Mac! It is intuitive, easy to create events, change events or make corrections quickly. It is attractive as well. With over 200 apps on my iOS devices, it ranks right at the top for performance and appearance. It syncs well with my MacBook Sierra calendar, and iPhone.